|an extraordinary or unusual thing, person, or event; an exceptional example or instance.|
|an arrangement of five objects, as trees, in a square or rectangle, one at each corner and one in the middle.|
|1.||to turn or cause to turn upside down or inside out|
|2.||(tr) to reverse in effect, sequence, direction, etc|
|a. to turn (the tip of the tongue) up and back|
|b. to pronounce (a speech sound) by retroflexion|
|4.||logic to form the inverse of a categorial proposition|
|a. a person who adopts the role of the opposite sex|
|b. another word for homosexual|
|a. Compare soffit the lower inner surface of a drain, sewer, etc|
|b. an arch that is concave upwards, esp one used in foundations|
|[C16: from Latin invertere, from |
invert in·vert (ĭn-vûrt')
v. in·vert·ed, in·vert·ing, in·verts
To turn inside out or upside down.
To reverse the position, order, or condition of.
To subject to inversion.
One who takes on the gender role of the opposite sex.
A homosexual. Used in psychology.